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SKY CIRCUS Sunshine60 ObservatorySKY CIRCUS(スカイ サーカス) サンシャイン60展望台

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SKY CIRCUS Sunshine60 Observatory is an enclosed observatory located in Ikebukuro’s landmark high-rise building, Sunshine60. Opening after renovations in April of 2016, the observatory’s facility offers an experience that is a fusion of the view and technology. Centerpiece attractions include TOKYO BULLET FLIGHT which uses VR and the latest 4D technology to see the future Tokyo from the sky, the swing-like experience coaster SWING COASTER and the SKY HALL where one can view the ground surface from the glass floor. Visitors can enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view from a height of 251 meters above sea level. Advance reservations can be made on the Internet.


Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 3-1 Sunshine 60 building 60F

phone 0339893457

10:00-22:00(Last entry21:00)

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Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 3-1 Sunshine 60 building 60F [map]



10:00-22:00(Last entry21:00)
[Admission fee] Adults 1,200 yen, student (high school, university, vocational school) 900 yen, child (small/Junior High School Students) 600 yen, Child (4 years old or older) 300 yen
※ VR fee Friday is separately
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